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Own a Florida Business? Annual Reports are Due April 30th!

If you own a business in Florida, whether it’s a corporation, limited liability company, or any type of partnership, you must remember to file an annual report with the Florida Department of State, or else your business may be  dissolved.

An annual report must be filed each year in order to maintain an “active status.”

All businesses have before May 1st to file these annual reports. Failure to do so will put your business at risk of  dissolution. Or, you may face a $400 late fee in addition to the cost of filing your annual report. At the Yau Law Firm, taking care of businesses at every stage is what we do. We have helped businesses, big and small, take their first steps towards success. Let us keep you running. We would be happy to take care of the entire matter for you so that you won’t have to worry whether your annual reports were timely or accurate.

The purpose of the annual report is also to update your business records with the Florida Department of State. That means, changes that your business underwent, such as new officers or agents, address changes, or changes in your federal employer identification number, need to be reflected on your annual report.

We guarantee that your filing will be made on time and that all changes in your business(es) are properly made with the Florida Department of State. Contact us today to learn how the Yau Law Firm can  handle all of your business concerns.


Article by: Florence Chen

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